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IPI launches study on future of quality journalism in Turkey

The study, entitled “‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’: How to Prepare Turkey’s Journalists for a Freer Era”, is based on more than 100 interviews with journalism students, local journalists, publishers and academics conducted by IPI Turkish National Committee Vice Chair Emre Kızılkaya from February to April 2019.

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IPI report examines newsroom measures against online abuse

The International Press Institute (IPI) new report examines best practices adopted by newsrooms in Europe for addressing online harassment and attacks against journalists. In the context of the overall issue of harassment, the report, which is the outcome of visits to dozens of newsrooms in five European countries, focuses specifically on female journalists, who have been shown to receive […]

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New report analyses legal responses to online harassment in Europe

A new report examines successful legal responses to online harassment and abuse against female journalists in Europe. The report, published by the OSCE Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media in cooperation with the International Press Institute (IPI), critically analyses three approaches in Finland, France and Ireland that were used to hold those […]

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Poland: Countering online harassment in newsrooms

  In June 2018, the International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, visited Poland as part of IPI’s Ontheline project, which aims to identify best newsroom practices for preventing and better responding to online harassment of journalists. Over the course of five days, the IPI […]

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